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... t feel able to refuse... but I did suggest that we only wanted one room and not the two they had reserved for us.
But at least here they had my name right ~ at Tenaya Lodge in Yosemite they had me down as Alan McBrien. Close, but it didn't match my passport, which was tricky.
Seals various, sea lions and otters in their thousands; whales and dolphins zero.
Whales and dolphins could do better!
... in the picture it is perched right on the edge of the ocean. We couldn't stop thinking about what happened to the seaside nuclear plant in the recent Japanese tsunmai. We sure hope that nothing like what befell the nuclear plant in Japan ever happens here.
Just around the corner from the plant we pulled into Port San Luis; a place that has some memories for Rick and his folks. When his Mom and Dad were first married they lived in San ...
... time sunny warm since arriving in California - it seems that now finally we left the fog up north and are now coming closer to our beach vacation. After Pizza and tacos out in the park, we continued the windy road, only stopping later at Piedra Blancas Elephant Seal Rookery. What onteresting looking animals these are! Hearst Castle btw we did not stop for - we will see the Italian churches in real back in Europe... Not long after we arrived at Little Sur Inn in ...
... nothing was open.We really should have just stopped somewhere in the forest and eaten something random and enjoyed the view instead..oh well, next time. We also didn't have time to stop and see the Aquarium in Monterrey, which is supposed to be amazing, another thing to save for next time I guess.
We made it back to San Fran with enough time to get ready to hit the town for the first of many Halloween parties..
... George Hearst. Like many others, he had went to California to look for gold. But, as you know, many people weren't successful in finding gold.
Luckily, he had a hunch that this Iron Ore that he found was Silver. He and a partner brought all of it to get it refined, and it was Silver. Now that he was rich, George bought lots of land for 75 cents per acre. George eventually got married to a ...